The Ministry proposed the following problem gambling research projects for delivery in the 2007–2010 period.
Click on the project name to see a summary of the project and if it has been finalised the final report.
The Ministry manages its problem gambling research contracts in accordance with its Standard Operating Procedures for research (SOPr)
The SOPr supplements the standard operating procedures for contract management (SOP).
|Provider Name||Description||Contract Value (excluding GST)||Status|
|Auckland University of Technology||National Gambling Study||$2,350,000||In contract|
|Auckland University of Technology||National Problem Gambling Intervention Effectiveness||$1,098,146||Completed|
|Auckland University of Technology||Evaluation of problem gambling intervention services||$ 260,000||Completed|
|SHORE||A Study for Community Level Harm from Gambling||$ 450,000||In contract|
|Auckland University of Technology||Pacific Families Replication (PIF)||$ 150,000||In contract|
|University of Auckland||Impact of Gambling and Problem Gambling on Asian Families and Communities||$ 201,040||Completed|
|Te Runanga o Kirikiriroa||Impact of Gambling & Problem Gambling on Māori Families and Communities||$ 299,480||In contract|
|Schottler Consulting||Impact of Marketing, Advertising and Sponsorship on Gambling behaviour||$ 207,200||Completed|
|Opus Consulting||Investigation of the Influence of Gambling Venue Characteristics on Gambler’s Behaviour||$ 96,000||Completed|
|Auckland University of Technology||Impact of Gambling & Problem Gambling on Pacific Families and Communities||$ 195,455||In contract|
|Auckland University of Technology||Investigation into the Effect of Gambling Game Characteristics, PIDS and Pop-up Technology on Gambling and Problem Gambling Behaviour||$ 335,600||In contract|
|University of Auckland||Exploration of Youth Participation in Gambling and the Impact of Problem Gambling on Young people in New Zealand||$ 45,000||In contract|
|Auckland University of Technology||Researcher/Provider Initiated Research 2008/09
Project 1: A formative investigation into the effectiveness of gambling venue exclusion processes in New Zealand
|University of Auckland||Project 2: A secondary analysis of two Data subsets, Youth and Asian, from the 2006/07 Gaming and Betting Activities Survey||$30,823||Completed|
|Auckland University of Technology||Researcher/Provider Initiated Research 2009/10
Project 1: Investigation of processes to assist the early identification of casino potential problem gamblers
|University of Auckland||Project 2: Review of the delivery of problem gambling services to prison inmates||$40,000||In contract|